One look at 41-year old Toy Banks hair and you’re sold on wigs.
DataFactZ, a Northville-based system and data integration company, announced business expansion with five current clients including Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc., Dunnhumby USA, Heartland Payment Systems Inc., Maximus Inc., and Meijer Inc.
Ferndale Mayor Dave Coulter says he’s just given a license to a third distillery to make mead.
A new coffee bar in Detroit’s midtown offers the unique experience of having your coffee filtered and your espresso brewed one cup at a time.
The Ferndale Soup is a monthly dinner in which attendees pay $5 for a meal, listen to several ideas for small projects, and vote on the best one.
The six million dollar project would include a recreation center, a paddleball court and a swimming pool.
About two dozen startup companies will pitch their products to a team of potential investors in Detroit this week.
Covisint Wins Pennsylvania Health Information Exchange Business: Detroit-based Covisint, a Compuware (Nasdaq: CPWR) company, announced that it has won new business from Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Information Exchange (NEPA HIE) by enabling the first non-provider-based HIE […]